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184, rue Mouassine (Rue Mouassine)
"Tuna Fusilli is great! And the cheapest red wine on the list, the local Meknes Cab Sauv, is very drinkable. Overall the best value for money in town."
Café des Épices
75 place Rahba-Kedima
"Great place for an afternoon snack - enjoy the terrace view!"
32, Souk El Jeld Sidi Abdelaziz-Medina (Souk El Jeld Sidi Abdelaziz-Medina)
"Great oasis in the midst of the medina. Enjoy great food (make sure to order the moroccan dishes and not the western style ones). Free wifi aswell!"
Place Jemaa el-Fna
Place Jemaa el-Fna (Rue Riad Zitoun El Kedim)
"A square of colors, smells and sounds. Enjoy every second to observe the daily life of Moroccans. Be sure to try the orange juice. It's delicious!"
Jardin de Majorelle
Rue Yves Saint Laurent
"The Berber museum there is small but exquisite with an excellent collection of traditional clothes, jewelry, and more. There is Berber music and the jewelry room is fascinating with mirrored walls."
Medersa Ben Youssef
"Good museum, the traditional jewelry is cool"
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